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Liquid Dreams (1991)

Eve Black finds a job as a dancer in a shady night club to find out more about the mysterious death of her sister, who danced there before she died. The club is using girls for a strange drug experiment, so she asks a cop for help.

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Candice Daly ...
Eve Black
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Cab Driver
Mark S. Manos ...
Scavenger in Room (as Mark Manos)
Karen Dahl ...
Tina (as Tina)
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Cecil
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Rodino
Zane W. Levitt ...
Escort #13
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Juno
Denise Truscello ...
Girl in Coffee Shop
Rowena Guinness ...
Waitress in Coffee Shop
Rohanne Descy ...
Coffee Shop Manager
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Paula
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Maurice
Bob Kay ...
Escort
Marilyn Tokuda ...
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In a slightly future America, a woman goes to the big city to visit with her sister, who is dead in her apartment. In order to find out what happened to her sister, she gets a job working at a dance club, a lower notch in the strip joint circuit. Some of her colleagues begin showing up dead as she uncovers a sinister hierarchy in the strip club management that is harnessing the sexual activity for their own twisted ends. Written by Ed Sutton <esutton@mindspring.com>

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Discover a world of pleasure, pain and the ultimate rush... The Ritual. See more »

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Sci-Fi | Thriller

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October 1991 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

O Obscuro Lado do Amor  »

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Eve Black: I'm not going anywhere until I find out who killed my sister.
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Confusing and disappointing
12 July 2000 | by (cyberspace) – See all my reviews

The protagonist tracks down her sister (not brother, as in a comment elsewhere) and finds only a corpse. Following in her footsteps to find out what happened to her, the protagonist is plunged into a confusing world where she seems to be the only one who isn't sure what's what.

Actually, she's not alone. We as the audience are just as muddled, and while we can pick up a clue or two having read the short description on the jacket of the videotape, we wonder whether we would really understand if no one had given a short summary beforehand.

We shouldn't really be disappointed, as this cheap B-movie doesn't promise much and delivers just as little. There are no sex scenes to speak of, and the "mind control" is just headphones and strobe lights. If you don't like the first 15 minutes, stop. There's nothing new in the rest of the movie.


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